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Meet American Tackle's New Pro Staff Member 


Jaesen Yerger, Cajun Custom Rods 


Jaesen Yerger

It was a "no brainer" choosing Jaesen Yerger for ATC's newly formed Pro Staff team.  Jaesen's enthusiasm and expertise will play a pivotal role in showcasing a variety of rods built using American Tackle components. 


Jaesen's company, Cajun Custom Rods, has an unwavering standard when it comes to perfecting a rod for its customers.  With a recently retooled web site, the process of choosing the components for your own custom rods has never been easier.  Check out the IFP (Individual Fitting Process) on the site.  It's fresh, innovative and forward thinking.  Jaesen's approach to building rods for others is  simply stated, "I want those folks to have what I have ... a better fishing rod for their hard earned money. I know folks like me want more 'bang for their buck' and I know how to make sure that happens."  


Jaesen's partners in this venture are his wife, Stacy and Jon Vroom.  Each person plays an integral part in making someone else's custom rod dreams a reality.   


We look forward to Jaesen's contributions to Pro Staff.  Visit Cajun Custom Rods at   Below are some examples of Jaesen's work.






Product Spotlight On...
     American Tackle Decals - Customize Your Rods


Gyotaku Fish Decals by Marshall Madruga.  Adorn your rod with custom fish decals in the Japanese Gyotaku style.  All decals are full-color and printed in UV-resistant ink and are laser cut for minimal background color.  Decal sizes vary by fish type, but are approximately 1" each.  Artist-designer, Marshall Madruga created this special product line by combining his lifestyle and unique artwork.  Marshall Madruga is a master in the Japanese technique of Gyotaku (gyo=fish / taku=impression). 

We also offer an exclusive line of iridescent decals which are precision cut to eliminate the problematic background.  They come with a peel off cover to ease application.  All of our stickers are peel and stick.  

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